Linn County Deputies Find The Car Of A Missing California Woman, But She Is Still Missing!
On Saturday morning, October 29, Linn County Sheriff’s Office deputies discovered a gray Camry associated with a missing woman from Northern California on a dead-end USFS road about 30 miles east of Sweet Home.
On Wednesday, October 26, the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office in Red Bluff, California, received a missing person complaint for Tammy Pitkin, 54, around 12 days after her last sighting with her family. You may also check Washington Police Say A Man Was Fatally Shot In Northeast!
On Monday, Oct. 17, Pitkin was last seen in Sutherlin. She had no ties to Linn County, according to family members who were contacted by deputies. Her whereabouts have not been discovered after extensive searches by members of the Linn County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Team.
Linn County deputies have found a car connected to missing California woman Tammy Pitkin, 54.https://t.co/QuOBmRaEvf
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Pitkin is characterized as having hazel eyes, blond hair, and a 160-pound frame. She most likely carries two little dogs, a white/black/brown Jack Russell Terrier, and a smaller white dog, according to deputies. Call the Linn County Sheriff’s Office at (541) 967-3911 if you have seen Pitkin or have offered her a ride.
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